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Últimos detalles. >>> quÉ tal, mitt romney quiere ganar esta noche mr knock out sin embargo, en este sÚper martes los electores estÁn apÁticos. mitt romney votÓ en massachusetts estado que llama su hogar. pero un grupo de activistas del dream ar acto. >>> loretamos porque dijo que corvette ray al dream act si fuera presidente. >>> massachusetts es uno de los 10 estados de sÚper martes, virginia, tennessee ohio y georgia los premios mayores pero la votaciÓn ha sido a cuenta gotas. >>> no me convence mucho romney por la historia que tiene aquÍ en massachusetts cuando estaba aquÍ pero, el otro tampoco me convence. >>> 3 de los 4 precandidatos usaron sus Últimas hora para criticar a obama, ron paul espero resultados de sÚper martes en idaho. >>> gingrich estÁ en georgia, estado con mayor nÚmero de delgados y segÚn las encuestas le darÁ la victoria. >>> con este comercial dice planea su regreso victorioso, aunque no se espera que hoy ningÚn gane la nominaciÓn algo nociÓn dicen ex el que mÁs delgados acumule tendrÁ la tarea de de ganar obama en noviembre. >>> tenemos y como rep
. the obama campaign takes no chances sending vice president biden back out to hammer mitt romney. the supreme court wraps up three days of high-stakes debate about the obama health care law. some parts are overturned, what will congress do? >>> up first, some dramatic breaking news. new details of jetblue flight 191 and new federal charges against the pilot alleged to have gone on a rampage and screamed about a bomb on boar. captain clayton osborn is accused of interfering with the flight crew. listen to this outburst captured bypass jers. >> oh, my god, imso distraught. we've got israel. we've got iraq. >> lizzie has been pouring over this new affidavit. >> a lot of details are eyebrow raising. it walks us through what happened in the cockpit and the cabin. what you realize is that pretty quickly, the first officer had a sense something wasn't quite right. i want to read to you a couple parts of the affidavit after cruising cruisi cruising altitude. he yelled over the radio to air traffic control and instructed them to be quiet, turned off the radios and started dimming the mon stores and ad
campaign is waking up to good news. the polls show the president's numbers rising and romney's falling in key swing states. speaking of waking up to good news, fellow dodger fans, the long baseball nightmare may be over thanks to magic johnson and friends. a $2 billion solution? wow. it's wednesday, march 28th, 2012. i'm chuck todd and let's get to the first reads of the morning. the health insurance mandate is found unconstitutional. can the rest of the health care law survive. that's the question they take up in less than an hour. by all accounts, the challengers of the law had the upper hand. the health care mandate is in trouble. sandra day o'connor said you have to be able to count to five. prognostication based on oral arguments is not a science. the number five sounded skeptical of the government's argument beginning with the justice who may be key, anthony kennedy. >> when you were changing the relation in a unique way, do you not have a heavy burden of justification to show authorization under the constitution? >> it was clear from the out set the other two who might have a br
at a reporter, the mitt romney campaign suggests the former pennsylvania senator lacks the temperament to be president. >>> the landmark debate unfolding at the supreme court on this question. did congress over step its authority when it passed the obama administration plan that man dates you to buy health insurance? this morning the supreme court opened three days of oral arguments on whether the president's healthcare law is unconstitutional. even though cameras aren't allowed in the court inside, there were rare audio recordings and show the chief justice focusing on the key question, can the government force to you buy insurance and fine you if you don't? >> the idea is that the mandate is something separate on whether you want to call it a penalty or tax just doesn't seem to make much sense. >> it is entirely separate and let me explain to you why. >> it is a command. the mandate is a command. >> senior legal analyst jeff tubin was in the courtroom and he is here live. what is especially what happened today. >> something really significant happened today. there was a possibility g
las primarias de puerto rico el arrollador triunfo de mitt romney a su favor fue muy importante para sus aspiraciones a la nominaciÓn de su partido esto a pesar que en muchos en la isla estas elecciones no son prioridad. >> fue una jornada electoral sin contratiempos dÁndole una contundente victoria al aspirante republicano mitt romney pero de los mÁs de 2 millones de electores, solamente un poco mÁs de cien mil acudieron a las urnas. >> como es absurdo votar por condenado candidaturas en posiciÓn en el gobierno de los estados unidos cuando ni siquiera somos parte de las elecciones presidenciales. >> es el dilema de este paÍs, es que las regalamos 20 delegados que en realidad es un regalo para ellos los que estÁn para los candidatos de la presidencia. >> puedo interen participar en primarias pero no pueden participar en las presidenciales solamente en las primarias. >> roberto p. es el director del partido republicano en la isla y ninguno logrÓ conectar con las necesidades de los puertorriqueÑos si romney ganÓ fuese debe al apoyo del gobernador luis fortuÑo en el momento a
candidates right here in "the situation room." i'll go one-on-one this hour with mitt romney and newt gingrich. and then in the next hour, my interview with rick santorum. >>> mrs. history in t . >>> supreme court -- and the impact on the presidential election as well. president obama has an etch-a-sketch moment of his own. he goes on camera telling the chancellor that things will be changing as well. i'm wolf blitzer, you're in "the situation room." all that coming up, but first, a campaign triple header right here in "the situation room." i'll interview three republican presidential hopefuls today, mitt romney is on deck, rick santorum follows the next hour, right now the republican presidential can da aial candid. the former speaker of the house newt gingrich. spiker, thank you for coming in. eeveryone seems to agree that getting to the magic 344 for you right now before the convention isn't possible, do you agree with that. >> sure. look, i think the front-runner's clearly mitt romney. he's the weakest front runner in modern times, if he can get to 1144, he's the nominee. but if h
that mitt romney is a sucker for young adult films. all right. we'll see you back here tomorrow. stick around for "the daily rundown." >>> the supreme court hears arguments about the mandate. what does the court's recent history say about how they will vote this time? he stands by his words but as they pounce, a look back at how mike failed from over the years. plus, more than a decade into the war, more that two-thirds of americans think they shouldn't be there. it's tuesday, march 27th. this is the daily rundown. i'm chuck todd. a few more people are outside of the supreme court. welcome to the main event. in two hours the supreme court will turn to whether congress has the power to require almost all americans to buy health insurance or pay a penalty. the argument about the mandate is the core of the debate over the role of government which may be the most important question that the presidential election decides. and the argument that divides fairly neatly by party. yesterday, senate republicans railed against the requirement. >> it is a monumental, historic insertion of federal po
latest losses while mitt romney is trying to show she bible candidate in the deep south. carl cameron is live in new orleans with the latest. >> it's a political gumbo of nasty attacks. puns go on and on in this one. polls close in a few hours. rick santorum is favored. the former pennsylvania senator will win louisiana he hopes and stay in the race to collect enough delegates to be in contention and win the nomination. as consequence of that, the lead in louisiana gives him an opportunity today in wisconsin that votes a week from tuesday that it's time for him to go mono on the talk stage. >> i wish we had the debates, one in the east and on the west. governor romney says he the candidate that of the eventual winner. have him make a case. all he is running negative ads and playing process questions to the media. he is not taking about anything in important. he is talking about the delegate mass. we have our own delegate was and it's nothing like his delegate mass. >> reporter: romney is leading in the delegate mass more than double than rick santorum. there are 20 delts at stake. he
, and this -- if the individual mandate goes down at the federal level, does it go down in romney care and massachusetts too, if it violates the constitution? this individual mandate? >> i see -- different in romney care. it's a complicated question and i don't excuse it the way mitt romney does. but they do get exempt. >> more public opinion. i show here obama care hovers around 75%, although some provisions are popular. does this suggest obama miscalculated in pressing for wholesale reform? >> no, you can't reform the health care market by tweaking this and not tweaking that. because insurance companies are not going to excuse people with preexisting conditions or promise not to cut you off unless they get -- >> incremental health reform. what's wrong with -- >> which increment would do you? [overlapping speakers] >> if mandate goes down, i believe the exchanges which are market exchanges, regional and in stays, they will be competitive. the kaiser foundation did a survey which shows the mandate only affects six or seven percent of the population, go 18 million people! and -- excuse me [overlapping speake
to what he considered a worst option to being proposed. mitt romney was making a similar argument. >> i know some people are saying, gee, your plan is not conservative. i'm saying, yes, it is. because right now in this country people who don't have health insurance go to the hospital if they get a serious illness and get. >> the only ones adjusted the mandate, even president obama once spoke out against it when he was a candidate against hillary clinton. now the 26 states challenging the health care law say that while the constitution gives the to regulate commerce, it gives no and in other words they can't force people to buy something they don't want to boy. the obama administration says the law regulates the entire health care market, something that eventually everyone is involved in. what did we learn out of day one? nearly all of the justices appear to think the penalty is not a tax. >> congress has nowhere used the word tax. what it says is penalty. and so why is this a tax? >> this is not a revenue-raising measure because if it's successful, nobody will pay the penalty and there
care, and he is the worst because he was the author of romney care. >>> at the top of the hour, good morning, everyone. welcome to "morning joe." >> did we edit that? did we take the bs part out? >> he actually said the word. i'm glad you didn't. it's monday, march 26. with us on set, we have msnbc and time magazine senior political analyst mark halpern, and msnbc contributor mark barnicle. hi. >> hi. >> you're here. >> contributor? >> how do you contribute? >> i want to know what you bring to the table. >> man, a lot of good stuff. >>> first of all, we have to talk about the final four. can anybody beat kentucky, guys? >> no. >> kansas. >> you think kansas can? >> kansas is really confident. kentucky is better. it will be a really good final. >> yeah. i mean, a couple of great games. boy, florida blew it. can you believe they just completely collapsed? >> actually i tuned that game out when i thought it was over. came back, and louisville was up. >> i was like, it's over. rick pitino now 11-0. can i just say i love pitino? >> you just did. >> great coaches left in the tournament. >>
mitt romney and rick santorum. what the voters are saying now. >>> another millionaire moment from mitt romney. we have the latest on the fancy upgrade plans for his california beach house with its four-car garage and car elevator. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> it's looking more and more as if the supreme court will cut the heart out of health care reform law. that's the part which would require americans to buy insurance if that mandate is found unconstitutional and we won't know it until june. it's an open question whether the rest of the law could survive. the court wrapped up three days of historic arguments today. cnn's congressional correspondent kate bolduan and our legal analyst jeffrey toobin, they were both inside during the oral arguments. let's start with kate. what's your take, kate? how did it go today? >> wolf, after three days of oral arguments and four issues being debated and more than six hours of debate, this historic case is a bit exhausting and i'm sure even for the justices and for the attorneys arguing
. all this comes as the cnn/orc poll shows mitt romney with a sizeable lead among registered republicans. he's now at 36%. rick santorum is slipping. these down to 26%. paul and gingrich remain well behind. our chief political analyst gloria borger is here. gloria, last month, as we know, santorum seemed to have a narrow lead. that's changed. what's going on? >> he had a two-point lead. it's very clear and obvious that the inevitability argument is beginning to take effect with republican voters. they believe that mitt romney's going to be the republican nominee and lots of them want to get in line behind someone they believe is a winner, and as you also point out, people want to see a mano a mano race now between rick santorum and mitt romney. they want to see it end in the primaries. our poll shows they do not want to take it to the convention, but i would argue that if rick santorum is going to get any kind of momentum given this poll, he has to start winning and i would think that next tuesday, wisconsin is a very important state for him to show that he can actually win another big s
romney. it is the latest in the string of high profile endorsements for mitt romney. mitt romney was on fox news along with paul ryan saying it was an extraordinary week. and talking about how the republican party will come together if romney wins the nomination. >> the country is in danger. and we want to get it back on the right track. >> romney one of the three candidates who spoke. doug is live with more on that. doug, it sounds like rick santorum is not ready to give up the fight. >> not yet. obama was -- if itt with stands the challenge. rick santorum was accusing mitt romney of being the inspiration behind obama wear. - care . >> he was the author of mitt romney care. he was the author of the first government take over of health care. but president obama was follow the pluprint of the massachusetts. and we have a government take over of health care because mitt romney ushered it in with ted kennedy. mitt romney also taking fire from protestors in a stop in a phone bank. keep your mitts off birth control. they shouted shame. he is no longer feeling the need to respond to ev
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the health care law is issue number one for his campaign. and has hammered opponent mitt romney as the inspiration for the federal government's controversial law. we'll have much more on the politics of health care just a little bit later in the show. >>> and president obama is not at the supreme court today. far from it, actually. while his number-one domestic policy triumph is being picked apart, he's at a nuclear security summit in seoul, south korea. today he warned north core that provocations in pursuit of nuclear weapons only undermine the country's security. undeterred, yang moved to a long range rocket to the launch pad for next month. >>> the wife of a u.s. soldier accused of murdering afghan civilians says he would not do that. carolyn bales spoke with nbc about her husband, robert bales and the 17 deaths he is charged with causing. mrs. bales told matt lauer the whole scenario is unbelievable. and though she has spoken with robert since the march 11th rampage, she has not heard his side of it. >> you have spoken to him twice on the phone. did you say, sweetheart, did
chance of winning this race. the polls showed it to close to call. romney doing well in both states. you have the inside, they think it will be a split decision. >> we're hearing from a couple of people. it sounds like the alabama numbers -- there was an early wave that broke on drudge report. alabama is likely to go to santorum and romney is a close second. newt is not in for a good night. we will see if newt gingrich does not follow with a win. he put out to a very -- put out a very busy schedule. >> you are mentioning the website that dare not speak its name. the drudge report. the exit polls which often get leak don drudge and everyone who is a political journalist knows about capriotes that should come with those. they drive coverage in a big way. you can see it in the early coverage that the networks have. we watched you guys another -- the other day participating in the newscast. >> we appreciate it. >> the tone early in the evening was quite markedly different than the other. it is an interesting phenomenon. we're so starved for information early in the evening that we will build
gingrich defended this strategy. >> until mitt romney has 1,144 locked down solidly i owe it to the people that helped me for the last year to represent their views and values and i find it fascinating, none of you guz call a football team or basketball team and say why don't you drop out? that's exactly why we're downsizing and we need to be able to stay in. >> we will bring in our political panel. steve, i want to read something from salon, the dilusions that sustain newt gingrich. they say what he is doing is accommodating a certain amount of reality without acknowledging it. this way he saves face and money while still getting to insist that he is a candidate for the nomination and he simply is pivoting to a new phase of the can daes sigh and doesn't have to sell his critics they're right, meaning the critics that want him out and saying he can't win. what is the big strategy he is talking about here? >> i think what newt is alluding to is there is still an uphill climb to get to 1,144 delegates by mitt romney. michael steel that devised this system, he was on your network a couple of
struck down and he spent so much political capital. what are the politics for mitt romney? he was the root of this when the white house -- >> the godfather, the white house is saying. >> when the white house was looking for what to do, they went to massachusetts for the model. it wasn't politics. they liked the model and decided to pick it up. >> what's the plan b? the politics will be, what will washington do? what's the president going to do? >> if they they don't do anything. >> that's the yes. >> what will they say in the campaign? agree they're not going to do thinking. >> let's go back to pete williams. talking about what happened in the two hours and you had some -- i dare say bombs to throw down in terms of expectations. i understand we're tempering expectations with the understanding what happens in oral arguments may not have any bearing on that ultimate decision. let's talk a little bit how the justices reacting and when you mentioned that the health care -- that everybody -- there was agreement about the health care market and everybody agreed when you go and purch
primary, solid backing from conservatives and religious voters. 20 del gates were at stake. mitt romney got 5 and the 5 remaining will be designated as uncommitted. newt gingrich and ron paul had no delegates. mitt romney has a substantial lead, but santorum said, he's not giving up. >> the people of louisiana sent a loud and clear message this. race is long and far from over. the people of wisconsin, i say to you, on, wisconsin. let's get it done! >> next up on the calendar, the district of columbia, maryland and wisconsin on april 3. he's a rising star in the republican party and now that he has rolled out the budget plan, paul ryan is taking on questions about possible vice-presidential hopes. president obama delivers a stern warning to north korea, threatening to cut much-needed food aid to its people. a live report from seoul, south korea. stay with us. so who ordered the cereal that can help lower olesterol and who ordered the yummy cereal? yummy. [ woman ] lower cholesterol. [ man 2 ] yummy. i got that wrong didn't i? [ male announcer ] want great taste and whole gin oats that ca
that marchers came from every part of the city. >>> today mitt romney will campaign in maryland fresh off his win in the illinois primary. romney will attend a town hall meeting near baltimore this afternoon. maryland holds its primary on the 3rd of april. early voting begins on this saturday. romney won convincingly in illinois. he beat rick santorum by 12% points. the victory gives romney an even more commanding lead in the delegate count. nbc news projects that he won 41 of illinois's 54 delegates. romney has not clinched the republican nomination yet but appears to be looking need november's general election. [ applause ] >> so tonight was a primary, but november is the general election. and we're going to face a defining decision as a people. our choice will not be about party or even personality. this election will be about principle. our economic freedom will be on the ballot. >> according to exit polls, romney won the support of 71% of illinois voters who say the ability to defeat the president is the most important factor in a candidate. >>> a new poll shows that president obama has
would he like to join team romney, vice president santorum? the answer might surprise you. and it's one month to the day since a neighborhood watch volunteer shot an unarmed teenager dead in central florida. now the admitted shooters' defender say you have not heard the whole story. we will have the rest of the story as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the news on fox report. we have two car insurances that we're going to have you taste. the first one we're going to call x. go ahead and take a sip, and then let me know what the baby thinks of it. four million drivers switched to this car insurance last year. oh, she likes it babies' palates are very sensitive so she's probably tasting the low rates. this is car insurance y, they've been losing customers pretty quickly. oh my gosh, that's horrible!, which would you choose? geico. over their competitor. do you want to finish it? no. does the baby want to finish it? no. [ male announc ] you plant. you mow. you grow. you dream. meet the new definition of durability: the john deere select series. with endless possibilities,
polls call for desperate. >> some romney supporters are calling this rick santorum's scorched earth strategy suggesting that it would be better to have barack obama than to elect mitt romney. vin webber is a romney supporter, a republican strategist and a former member of congress. i don't know whether the party can ever come together. but the question is whether or not rick santorum is going farther than most second-place finishers go right now. >> first of all, the party is going to come together. one of the misleading things that people have learned about this race that isn't true is that the conservatives in the party will never get behind romney. that's not true. it is true they supported other candidates in the primary, the most conservative republicans but the polls have always shown that romney was a perfectly acceptable choice and they're getting behind him now and going to be behind him in the fall. the problem is with rick santorum is rick santorum. he doesn't have a rationale for his candidacy to go forward anymore so he's trying to create a false dichotomy between himse
you here. chip, mitt romney, his opponents trying to use the supreme court case to capitalize on what might be their last chance to link the president's and romney's health care plans. mitt romney way ahead in delegates in the polls, is this really going to have an impact? >> i think it can have somewhat of an impact, but i think romney's done a good job talking about the failures of obamacare, the extra spending, what it would do to small businesses and states. i think he's gotten out in front of this. i think it's been obvious from the beginning whether service senator santorum or speaker gingrich or rick perry when they were in the race and herman cain, they were going to attack romney on his health care plan.e well talking about the ills of obamacare. >> a "new york times" poll shows 51% disapprove, nearly four in ten want the entire law overturned. the supreme court says they'll rule this summer. no matter how this law turns out, isn't this a political problem for the white house in an election year? >> first of all, if it gets overturned, republicans will wish they hadn't tried
that matters a great deal. and it's just not good news for mitt romney. >> yeah. that as well as mitt romney's latest kind of attempt at connecting humor. i think it might miss the mark again. i could be wrong. >> oh, come on. >> that coupled with the beach house and an elevator for the cars. i'm not joking. it doesn't work. it's a problem. >> well, you know, i think mitt romney's dad, and we'll tell this joke later too, he was a big henne youngman fan. take my factory, please, wisconsin. so mitt romney jokes about -- he said one of his funnier moments in growing up had to do with his dad shutting down a factory. >> hysterical. >> all right. but that's a tease. we'll get to that in a little bit. can i just say the biggest news, now, this is huge news -- >> what, what, what? it's got to be sports or something. >> a lot of times we talk about use will information, and i feel like paul simon that i can gather all the news i need on the weather report. this morning, that's not the point. willie geist, and we haven't talked. >> the breaking banners? >> because any dumb male in america knows that
. yesterday rick santorum talked outside of the supreme court. he took direct aim at front-runner mitt romney. >> there's one candidate who is uniquely disqualified to make the case. that's the reason i am here and he's not. >> let's bring in politico senior congressional reporter jonathan allen and huffington post senior political reporter amanda terkel. good to see both of you. jonathan, am i overstating it to say as political battles go, this one's pretty epic? >> this is an epic battle. most of the country was engaged in the original fight. the argument between santorum and romney over whether or not romney's massachusetts law disqualifies him is a pretty epic fight. and, of course, if romney is the nominee, and i think we all expect him to at this point, the fight over whether or not he can draw a distinction with president obama on this very animating issue is also epic. >> you could make the argument, amanda, that this is maybe one of the stronger arguments that rick santorum has, well behind in delegates, but this is well timed for him to say, look, mitt romney started the massachuset
romney. listen to this. >> you win by giving people a choice. you win by giving people the opportunity to see a different vision for our country, not someone who is just going to be a little different than the person in there. if they're going to be a little different we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk of what may be an etch a sketch candidate for the future. >> strong words. let's go live to our senior correspondent joe johns. he's in louisiana. joe, i take it senator santorum is back peddling furiously today. joo he sort of has to, when you think about it, wolf. this is one of those situations where he said something and almost immediately the criticism began. conservative blogs started going after him. the romney campaign put out a press release, sent it out in e-mails and put it out on their website all of this because in a nutshell when you talk to a republican pollster as i did, actually last night, they'll tell you, look, when you look at the exit polls from all the primaries, from a bunch of states around the country, the conclusion is clear. repub
. >>> mitt romney is in the bay area right now. the importance of the california gop now. good evening. it's monday march 26. this is bay area news at 7:00. republican front runner mitt romney brings his campaign to the bay area. it's our top story at 7:00. we're live in redwood city. romney is laying ground work ahead of california's primary in june. >> reporter: it's ability getting votes but about -- it's about getting votes but also about getting cash. here at this hotel, it's $1000 a plate reception. front runner, mitt romney arrived to clears from a waiting crowd. >> we don't want to have the 1% come in and take from our county to use it against us. >> reporter: people outside held signs against romney. people inside signed checks to him. >> there are a lot of billionaires that will max out contributions. >> reporter: he's likely to fair better here than other republicans and conservative republicans he visited earlier today. tickets to the redwood city event start at $1000 and go up to 25,000. >> he's here to raise money. he obviously doesn't expect to win california in the general
equivocaciÓn. >> con eso la primera pausa desde la capital mexicana al volver muy illinois mitt romney logra otra amplÍa victoria y hoy dÍa recibe un significativo respaldo. >> polÉmico en el salvador negocio >> el precandidato republicano mitt romney abrazÓ la victoria en illinois y hoy dÍa se anotÓ otro gran triunfo, de ahÍ nos cuentan debÍ sandoval. >> despuÉs de un gran triunfo en illinois. >> un importante anuncio. un ex gobernador de la florida jeff bush llamÓ apoyar a mitt romney el ex gobernador de massachusetts a dwra dÉcigradeÓo y la experiencia de bush. >> es muy bueno el apoyo porque es una de las figuras grandes del partido republicano que se habÍan mantenido hasta el momento neutral y con esto bÁsicamente esta sellando, estÁ confirmando de que mitt romney es el candidato. >> su triunfo anoche sobre santorum 47-35 respondiÓ a la necesidad de solucionar los problemas econÓmicos del paÍs. >> creo que Él tiene todas esas cosas que necesitamos en un lÍder. >> sin embargo, el corazÓn hispano de chicago. >> parece ser la tientiendo por presidente obama. >> obviame
for rick santorum and opportunity for mitt romney. >>> also actor and activist george clooney caps a very busy week here in washington by getting arrested. we'll show you what he plans to do next. >>> plus plunging 23 miles from the edge of space to earth. details of an unprecedented skydive. wolf blitzer is off today. i'm candy crowley, and you are in "the situation room." >>> out of puerto rico into -- as rick santorum heads into the next two primaries. somewhat the opposite for mitt romney trying to gain the upper hand. he's now in puerto rico, where santorum may have offended some spanish speaker, romney is courting them in their own language. jim a costa is in san juan. what's the latest from there, jim? >> reporter: candy, mitt romney is in puerto rico for a series of events. after rick santorum's trip to this island, the trick is pretty simple. don't get lost in translation. mitt romney is out to show puerto ricans he is speaker that i majority. >> if the majority of the p we realizo ricans wish to become a state, i will support that. >> reporter: romney has not only written letter
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